All Publications


The staff at CNDLS has contributed to conversations about teaching and learning through numerous publications and presentations. The following lists represent the contributions of CNDLS staff members to SoTL research while they worked at CNDLS, as well as the work of affiliated faculty members who have worked with CNDLS through our programming or direct collaboration.

Publications of CNDLS Staff and Affiliated Faculty


Maloney, E. & Kim, J. (2019, April). OPMs are losing the battle for hearts and minds. Inside Higher Ed.

Maloney, E. & Kim, J. (2019, March). Social media, learning innovation and comedy clubs. Inside Higher Ed

Mathur, V., Arora, G. S., McWilliams, M., Russell, J., Rosenwald, A. G. (2019). The Genome Solver Project: Faculty Training and Student Performance Gains in Bioinformatics. Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education. 20(1).

Ohnona, M., Sihite, E. Olsen, J. & Chan, M.C. (2019). Inclusive STEM Courses: Case Studies on Different Strategies. In (Ed.) Designing student-centered classrooms for equity and inclusion across disciplines. Upcoming: University of Cincinnati Press.


Bessette, L. S. (2018). W(h)ither DH? New tensions, directions, and evolutions in the digital humanities. In Kim, D. & Stommel, J. (Eds.), Disrupting the digital humanities. Earth, Milky Way: Punctum books.

Bessette, L. S. (2018). Adjuncts, staff, and solidarity. MLA profession.

Bessette, L. S. (2018). Faculty development: The (unnecessarily) long and winding road. In Fruscione, J., & Baker, K. J. (Eds.), Succeeding outside the academy: Career paths beyond the humanities, social sciences, and STEM. (pp. 105-114). Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas.

Bessette, L. S. (2018). Choosing how to represent yourself online. In Linder, K. (Ed.) Managing your professional identity online: A guide for faculty, staff, and administrators. Sterling, Virginia: Stylus Publishing.

Bessette, L. S. (2018). Digital fluency.

Kaltman, S., Talisman, N., Pennestri, S., Syverson, E., Arthur, P., Vovides Y. (2018). Using technology to enhance teaching of patient-centered interviewing for early medical students. Simulation in Healthcare. doi:10.1097/SIH.0000000000000304.

Valtin, L., McWilliams, M., Ebenbach, D. (2018). Well-being in the curriculum. Conversations Magazine, 53(29), 15-17.


Anderson, K., DesLauriers, P., Horvath, C., Slota, P., & Farley, J. From metacognition to practice cognition: The DNP e-Portfolio to promote integrated learning. Journal of Nursing Education.

Ebenbach, D. (2017, December 14). Crossing the Divide. Inside Higher Ed.

Ebenbach, D. (2017, December 7). Take the Time to Reflect. The Hoya.

Leow, R. P., Cerezo, L., Caras, A., & Cruz, G. (2019). CALL in ISLA: Promoting depth of processing of complex L2 Spanish “Para/Por” prepositions. In R. DeKeyser & G. Prieto Botana (Eds.), SLA research with implications for the classroom (Reconciling methodological demands and pedagogical applicability) (pp. 155-178). Benjamins.

Myers, A., Whitney, J., Vovides, Y., Pennestri, S., Korula, R., & Mulroney, S. (2017). Teaching in a flipped classroom within an established medical and graduate curriculum: Evaluation of modalities. INTED2017 Proceedings. doi:10.21125/inted.2017.1626

Ryshina-Pankova, M. (in press). Discourse moves and intercultural learning in telecollaborative chats. Language Learning and Technology.

Shum, B. S., Sándor, A., Goldsmith, R., Bass, R., & McWilliams, M. (2017). Toward reflective writing analytics: Rationale, methodology, and preliminary results. Journal of Learning Analytics, 4(1), 58-84.


Bass, R. (2016). Well-Being, Disintegration and the Rebundling of Higher Education. In D. W. Harward (Ed.), Well-Being and Higher Education: A Strategy for Change and the Realization of Education's Greater Purposes (pp. 295-299). Washington, D.C.: Bringing Theory to Practice.

Campbell, C., Sandefur, J. & Somers, K. (2016). Use of Video Case-Studies in Learning to Prove in Schwell, R., Steurer, A., & Vasquez, J. F. (Eds.) Beyond Lecture: Resources and Pedagogical Techniques for Enhancing the Teaching of Proof-Writing Across the Curriculum. Mathematical Association of America.

Cerezo, L., Caras, A., & Leow, R. (2016). Effectiveness of guided induction versus deductive instruction on the development of complex Spanish “Gustar” structures: An analysis of learning outcomes and processes. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 38(2), 265–291.

Debelius, M. (2016, February). A funny thing happened on the way to assessment. Eble, M., Sharer, W., Morse, T, & Banks, W. (Eds), Re/Claiming Accountability: Improving Writing Programs through Accreditation and Large-Scale Assessments. Boulder, CO: Utah State University Press.

Elmendorf, H. & Riley, J. Curricular Infusion of Well-Being and Science (Ch. 22). In Well-Being and Higher Education: A Strategy for Change and the Realization of Education's Greater Purposes. Washington, DC: Bringing Theory to Practice.

Hipwell, L., & Melucci, D. (2016). From traditional to hybrid: A comparative study of student performance and perceptions. Teaching Italian Language and Culture Annual, 19-70.

Mori, Y., Omori, M., & Sato, K. (2016). The impact of flipped online kanji instruction on written vocabulary learning in introductory and intermediate Japanese language students. Foreign Language Annals, 49(4), 729-749.

Mulroney, S., Whitney, J., Vovides, Y., Pennestri, S., & Myers, A. (2016). Effectiveness of the flipped classroom in an established medical and graduate curriculum: The Georgetown Downtown inaugural year. 16EDULearn Proceedings, 7846-7851.

Sigman, B., Selvanadin, M., Garr, W., Pongsajapan, R., McWilliams, M. & Bolling, K. (2016). Visualization of Twitter Data in the Classroom. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 14(4), 362-381. (This paper received the 2016 Instructional Innovation Award from the Decision Sciences Institute.)

Stylianides, G., Sandefur, J., & Watson, A. Conditions for Proving By Mathematical Induction to Be Explanatory. Journal of Mathematical Behavior

Vovides, Y. and Inman, S. (under review). Elusive Learning--Using Learning Analytics to Support Reflective Sensemaking of Ill-Structured Ethical Problems. Future Internet: eLearning Special Issue.


Davis, D., Hanacek, J., Myers, A., Mulroney, S., Pennestri, S., & Vovides, Y. (2015). Capturing, tracing, and visualizing the spread of technology-enhanced instructional strategies. In EDULEARN 15 Proceedings: 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 1020-1028.

Debelius, M. & Basalla, S. (2015). So what are you going to do with that?: Finding careers outside academia. Chicago: U of Chicago Press.

Debelius, M. & Basalla, S. (2015, April). So what are you going to do with that? The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Leow, R. (2015). Explicit learning in the L2 classroom: A student-centered approach. New York, NY: Routledge. Chapter 13.

Maloney, E., & Ambrosio, F. (2015). MyDante: Contemplative reading and hybrid technologies. In C.D. Kloos, P.J. Muñoz-Merino, R.M. Crespo-García, and C. Alario-Hoyos (Eds.), Trends in digital education: Selected papers from EC-TEL 2015 workshops CHANGEE, WAPLA, and HybridEd.

Musgrave, P. & Rom, M. (2015). Fair and Balanced? Experimental Evidence on Partisan Bias in Grading. American Politics Research, 43.3, 536–554.

Rom, M. (2015). Numbers, Pictures, and Politics: Teaching Research Methods Through Data Visualizations, Journal of Political Science Education, 11:1, 11-27, DOI: 10.1080/15512169.2014.985108.

Serafini, E., & Pennestri, S. (2015). Clicking in the second language (L2) classroom: The effectiveness of type and timing of clicker-based feedback in Spanish L2 development. In Leow, R., Cerezo, L., & Baralt, M. (Eds.), A Psycholinguistic Approach to Technology and Language Learning (pp. 219-242). Boston, MA: De Gruyter Mouton.

Vovides, Y. & Inman, S. (2015, August). Enabling meaningful certificates from Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): A data-driven curriculum e-map design model. In Reushle, S., Antonio, A., & Keppell, M. (Eds), Open Learning and Formal Credentialing in Higher Education: Curriculum Models and Institutional Policies (pp. 79-97). Queensland, Australia: IGI Global International.

Vovides, Y., Youman, T., Arthur, P., Davis, D., Ayo, E., Pongsajapan, R., McWilliams, M., & Kruse, A. (2015). LAK15 Case Study 2: Examining learners’ cognitive presence in Massive Open Online Courses. Learning Analytics Review


Demaree, D., Kruse, A., Pennestri, S., Russell, J., Schlafly, T., & Vovides, Y. (2014). From planning to launching MOOCs: Guidelines and tips from GeorgetownX. In Vincenti, Giovanni, Bucciero, Alberto, Vaz de Carvalho, Carlos (Eds.), E-Learning, E-Education, and Online Training (pp. 68-75). Bethesda, MD: Springer International Publishing.

Frehywot, S., Mullan, F., Vovides, Y., Korhumel, K., Chale, S. B., Infanzon, A., Kiguli-Malwadde, E., and Omaswa, F. (2014). Building Communities of Practice: MEPI Creates a Commons. Academic Medicine. August 2014 - Volume 89 - Issue 8 - p S45–S49 doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000349.

Rom, M. & Musgrave, P. (2014) Political Outcome Bias in Grading: Identifying Problems and Suggesting Solutions. Journal of Political Science Education, 10:2, 136-154, DOI: 10.1080/15512169.2014.894352

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 1. The back & upper limb. iBooks.

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 2. The thorax. iBooks.

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 3. The Abdomen. iBooks.

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 4. Pelvis and Perineum. iBooks.

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 5. The Lower Limb. iBooks.

Suarez-Quian, C. (2014). All-in-one anatomy exam reviews: Volume 6. The Head. iBooks.

Vovides, Y., Chale, S.B., Gadhula, R., Kebaetse, M. B., Nigussie, N. A., Suleman, F., Tibyampansha, D., Ibrahim, G. R., Ntabaye, M., Frehywot, S., and Nkomazana, O. (2014). A Systems Approach to Implementation of eLearning in Medical Education: Five MEPI Schools’ Journeys. Academic Medicine. August 2014 - Volume 89 - Issue 8 - p S 102-S106 doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000349.


Seble Frehywot,, Yianna Vovides, Zohray Talib, Nadia Mikhail, Heather Ross, Hannah Wohltjen, Selam Bedada, Kristine Korhumel, Abdel Karim Koumare and James Scott. (2013). E-learning in medical education in resource constrained low- and middle-income countries. Human Resources for Health 2013 11:4 DOI: 10.1186/1478-4491-11-4

Walsh, M., Schultz Lewis, J., & Rakestraw, J. (2013, Winter). Faculty collaboration to effectively engage diversity: A collaborative course redesign model. Peer Review, 15.1.

Whitney, J., Mulroney, S., Barbee, P., & Myers, A. (2013). Use of lecture capture technology in a medical school environment. The Advisor Online, 33.1.


Ambrosio, F., Garr, W., Maloney, E. & Schlafly, T. (2012, February). MyDante: An online environment for contemplative and collaborative reading. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.

Bass, R., (2012, March). Disrupting ourselves: The problem of learning in higher education. EDUCAUSE Review.

Bass, R. & Bain, K. (2012). Threshold concepts of teaching and learning that transform faculty practice (and the limits of individual change). In Harward, D. (Ed), Transforming Undergraduate Education: Theory that Compels and Practices that Succeed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Felz, J., Siscar, A., & McWilliams, M. eds. (2012). JUHAN Assessment Toolkit for Universities’ Humanitarian Engagements.

Reeve, K., Shumaker, C., Yearwood, E., Crowell, N. & Riley, J. "Perceived stress and social support in undergraduate nursing students’ educational experience." Nursing Education Today (2012).

Riley, J.B. & McWilliams, M. (2012). Curriculum infusion: Education the whole student and creating campus change--Georgetown University. In Harward, D.W. Transforming Undergraduate Education: Theory That Compels and Practices That Succeed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield (2012), pp 319-323.

Riley, J. & Yearwood, E. "The effect of a pedagogy of curriculum infusion on nursing student well-being and intent to improve the quality of nursing care." Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 26.5 (2012): 364-373.


Baralt, M., Pennestri, S. & Selvanadin, M. (2011, June). Using Wordless to teaching foreign language writing. Language Learning and Technology.

Birky, G., Campbell, C., Raman Sundstrom, M., Sandefur, J. & Somers, K. (2011) One Problem, Nine Student-Produced Proofs. College Mathematics Journal 42:5.

Farley, J., Russell, J. S., McWilliams, M., & Chasen, L. (2011). “Using Clickers for Clinical Reasoning and Problem Solving.” Nurse Educator, 36(1): 13-15.

Nardick, D., McWatters, L., Levy, D. M., & Turner, J. (2011, May). No cellphone? No internet? So much less stress. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Rom, M. (2011). Grading More Accurately. Journal of Political Science Education, 7.2, 208-223.


Yearwood, E. & Riley, J.. "Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being." Journal of Advanced Nursing 66.6 (2010): 1356-1364.


Bass, R. & Eynon, B. (Eds). (2009, January). New Media Technologies and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Filtered: Academic Commons (Special Issue).

Cook, B. (2009, January). Producing Audiovisual Knowledge: Documentary Video Production and Student Learning in the American Studies Classroom. Eds. Bass, R. & Eynon, B. From The Difference that Inquiry Makes: A Collaborative Case Study on Technology and Learning, from the Visible Knowledge Project. Filtered: Academic Commons (Special Issue).

Elmendorf, H. & Ottenhoff, J. (2009, January). The Importance of Conversation in Learning and the Value of Web-based Discussion Tools. Eds. Bass, R. & Eynon, B. From The Difference that Inquiry Makes: A Collaborative Case Study on Technology and Learning, from the Visible Knowledge Project. Filtered: Academic Commons (Special Issue).

O’Connor, P. (2009, January). Close Reading, Associative Thinking, and Zones of Proximal Development in Hypertext. Eds. Bass, R. & Eynon, B. From The Difference that Inquiry Makes: A Collaborative Case Study on Technology and Learning, from the Visible Knowledge Project. Filtered: Academic Commons (Special Issue).

Stephen, E. (2009, January). Connect the Dots: Learning, Media, Community. Eds. Bass, R. & Eynon, B. From The Difference that Inquiry Makes: A Collaborative Case Study on Technology and Learning, from the Visible Knowledge Project. Filtered: Academic Commons (Special Issue).


Bass, R. & Bernstein, D. (2008). The Middle of Open Spaces: Generating Knowledge about Learning through Multiple Layers of Open Teaching Communities. In Vijay Kumar and Toru Iiyoshi (eds). Opening Up Education: The Collective Advancement of Education through Open Technology, Open Content, and Open Knowledge. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bass, R. & Linkon, S. (2008). On the Evidence of Theory: Close reading as a disciplinary model for writing about teaching and learning." Arts and Humanities in Higher Education Vol 7.3: 245-61.

Bass, R. & Eynon, B. "Capturing the Visible Evidence of Invisible Learning." Academic Commons (2008).


Riley, J. B. & McWilliams, M. (2007). Engaged Learning through Curriculum Infusion.Peer review: Emerging trends and key debates in undergraduate education, 9(3), 14-17.

Other non-SoTL Work Published by CNDLS Staff

Lamm, S. H., Li, J., Robbins, S., Dissen, E.,Chen, R. & Feinleib, M. (2015). Are residents of mountain-top mining counties more likely to have infants with birth defects? The West Virginia experience. Birth Defects Research, 103, 76-84.

Lamm, S. H., Robbins, S.,Chen, R. Lu, J., Goodrich, B. & Feinleib, M. (2014). Discontinuity in the cancer slope factors as it passes from high to low exposure levels – Arsenic in the BFD-endemic area. Toxicology, 326, 25-35.

Mackey, E. R., Struemph, K., Powell, P. W.,Chen, R. Streisand, R. & Holmes, C. S. (2014) Maternal depressive symptoms and disease care status in youth with type 1 diabetes. Health Psychology, 33, 783-791.

Moskowitz, M. C., Todd, B.,Chen, R. & Feuerstein, M. (2014). Function and friction at work: a multidimentional analysis of work outcomes in cancer survivors. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 8, 173-182.

Holmes, C. S.,Chen, R. Mackey, E., Grey, M. & Streisand, R. (2014). Randomized clinical trial of clinic-integrated, low-intensity treatment to prevent deterioration of disease care with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 37, 1535-1543.

Simons-Mortan, B. G., Bingham, C. R., Ouimet, M. C., Pradhan, A. K.,Chen, R., Barretto, A & Shope, J. T. (2013). The effects on teenage risky driving of feedback from a safety monitoring system: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Adolescent Health, 53, 21-26.

Powell, P. W.,Chen, R., Kumar, A., Streisan, R. & Holmes, C. S. (2013). Sociodemographic effects on biological, disease care, and diabetes knowledge factors in youth with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Child Health Care, 17, 174-185.

Hilliard, M. E., Holmes, C. S.,Chen, R., Maher, K., Robinson, E. & Streisand, R. (2013). Disentangling the roles of parental monitoring and family conflict in adolescent’s management of type 1 diabetes. Health Psychology, 32, 388-396.

Hendricks, M., Monaghan, M., Soutor, S.,Chen, R. & Holmes, C. S. (2013). A profile of self-care behaviors in emerging adults with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Education, 39, 195-203.

Lamm, S. H., Robbins, S. A., Zhou, C., Lu, J.,Chen, R. & Feinleib, M. (2013). Bladder/Lung cancer mortality in blackfoot-disease (BDF)-endemic area villages with low (<150 ug/L) well water arsenic levels - an exploration of the dose-response Poisson analysis. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology­, 65, 147-156.

Iannotti, R. J.,Chen, R., Kololo, H., Petronyte, G., Haug, E. & Roberts, C. (2013). Motivations for adolescent participation in leisure-time physical activity: internatonal differneces. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10, 106-112.

Simons-Morton, B. G., Ouimet, M.C.,Chen, R. Klauer, S. G., Lee, S. E., Wang, J. & Dingus, T. A. (2012) Peer influence predicts speeding prevalence among teenage drivers. Journal of Safety Review, 43, 397-403.

Herge, W. M., Streisand R.,Chen, R. Holmes, C., Kumar, A. & Mackey, E. R. (2012). Family and youth factors associated with health beliefs and health outcomes in youth with type I diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 37, 980-989.

Simons-Morton, B. G., Ouimet, M. C., Zhang, Z, Klauer, S.E., Lee, S.E., Wang, J.,Chen, R., Albert, P. & Dingus, T. A. (2011). The effect of passengers and risk-taking friends on risky dirving and crash/near crashs among novice teenages. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49, 587-593.

Mackey, E. R., Hilliard, E., Berger, S. S., Streisand, R.,Chen, R. & Holmes, C. (2011) Individual and family strengths: an examination of the relation to disease management and metabolic control in youth with type I diabetes. Family Systems Health, 29, 314-326

Cox, C. W., Relf, M. V., Chen, R, & Sangaro, G. A. (2010). The retention of recalled United States Navy nurse reservists. Nurse Outlook, 58, 214-220

Kent, S.,Chen, R., Kumar, A. & Holmes, C. (2010) Individual Growth Curve Modeling of Specific Risk Factors and Memory in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes: An Accelerated Longitudinal Design. Child Neuropsychology 16, 169 – 181

Bair-Merritt, M.H., Jennings, J.M.,Chen, R. Burrell, L., McFarlane, E. Fuddy, L., & Duggan, A. K. (2010). Reducing maternal intimate partner violence after the birth of a child: a randomized controlled trial of the Hawaii Healthy Start Home Visitation Program. Archives for Pediatrics Adolescent Medicine, 164, 16-23.

Chen, R., & Simons-Morton, B. (2009) Concurrent changes of conduct problems and depressive symptoms in early adolescents: a developmental person-centered approach. Development and Psychopathology, 21, 285-307

Simons-Morton, B., & Chen, R. (2009). Peer and Parent Influences on School Engagement Among Early Adolescents. Youth Soceity, 41, 3-25.

Weissberg-Benchell, J., Nansel, T., Holmbeck, G.,Chen, R., Anderson, B., Wysocki, T., et al. (2009). Generic and diabetes-specific parent-child behaviors and quality of life among youth with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 977-988.

Wysocki, T., Nansel, T. R., Holmbeck, G. N.,Chen, R., Laffel, L., Anderson, B. J., et al. (2009). Collaborative involvement of primary and secondary caregivers: associations with youths' diabetes outcomes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 869-881.

Simons-Morton, B., Chen. R., Hand, L. S., &Haynie, D. L. (2008). Parent behavior and adolescent conduct problems: reciprocal and meditational effects. Journal of School Violence, 7, 3-25.

Gaudieri, P. A.,Chen, R., Geer, T. F., & Holmes, C. S. (2008). Cognitive function in children with type 1 diabetes: a meta-analysis. Diabetes Care, Diabetes Care, 1892-1897.

Wysocki, T., Iannotti, R., Weissberg. J., Laffel, L., Hood, K., Anderson, B., &Chen, R. (2008). Diabetes problem solving by youth with type I diabetes and their caregivers. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 875-884.

Swift, E. E.,Chen, R., Hersburger, A. & Holmes, C. (2006) Demographic risk factors, mediators, and moderators in youths’ diabetes metabolic control. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 32, ­39-49.

Simons-Morton, B. &Chen, R. (2006) Overtime relationships between early adolescent and peer substance use. Addictive Behaviors, 31, 1211-1223.

Holmes, C.S.,Chen, R., Streisand, R., Marschall, D., Soutor, S.A., Swift, E., & Cant, C. (2006). Predictors of Youth Diabetes Care Behaviors and Metabolic Control: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 770-784.

Lamm. S. H., Engel, A., Penn, C. A.,Chen, R. & Feinleib, M. (2006) Arsenic cancer risk confounder in southwest Taiwan dataset. Environmental Health Perspective. 114, 1077-1082.

Streisand, R., Swift, E., Wickmark, T.,Chen, R., & Holmes, C. (2005) Pediatric parent stress among parent of children with type I diabetes: The role of self-efficacy, responsibility, and fear. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30, 513-521.

Simon-Morton, B., Haynie, D. Saylar, K., Crump, A. D. &Chen, R. (2005) The effects of going places program on early adolescent substance use and antisocial behavior. Prevention Science, 6, 187-197.

Abroms, L., Simons-Morton, B., Haynie, D. &Chen, R. (2005) Psychosocial predictors of smoking trajectories during middle and high school. Addiction, 100, 852-861.

Chen, R. (2005) Quantitative Methods for Second Language Acquisition Researchers. In Cristina Sanz (Ed.) Adult Second Language Acquisition (pp.21 – pp.69). Georgetown University Press

Simons-Morton, B., Haynie, D., Saylor, K. &Chen, R. (2005). Impact analysis and mediation of outcome: the Going Places program. Health Education Behaviors, 32, 227-241.

Simons-Morton, B. &Chen, R. (2005). Latent growth curve analyses of parent influences on drinking progression among early adolescents. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 66, 5-13.

Lynch, P. A.,Chen, R. & Holmes, C. (2004). Factor structure of the Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning (WRAML) in children with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM). Child Neuropsychology, 10, 306-310.

Simons-Morton, B., Chen, R, Abroms, L. & Haynie, D. (2004). Latent growth curve analyses of peer and parent influences on smoking progression among early adolescents. Health Psychology, 23, 612-621.

Soutor, S.Chen, R. Steisand, R. Kaplowitz. P., & Holmes, C. (2004). Memory matters: developmental differences in predictors of diabetes care behaviors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 29, 493-505.

Iannotti, R. J., Claytor, R.P., Horn, T.S., Chen, R. (2004) Heart rate monitoring as a measure of physical activity in children. Medicine and Sciences in Sports and Exercises, 36, 1964-1971.

Streisand, R. Cant, C., Chen, R. Pijem, L. & Holmes, C. S. (2003). Cross-cultural replication of an anomalous psychometric pattern in children with Type 1 diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 28, 191-196.

Chen, R. (2003). SAS/IML procedure for maximum likelihood factor analysis. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 35, 310-317.

Crystal, D.S., Ostrander, R., Chen, R., & August, G. (2001) Multimethod assessment of psychopathology among DSM-IV subtypes of children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Self-, parent-, and teacher-reports. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 29, 189-205.

Crystal, D.S., Watanabe, H., Chen, R., & Chin, W. (2000). Preference for diversity in competitive and cooperative contexts: A study of American and Japanese children and adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 24, 348-355.

Crystal, D.S., Watanabe, H., & Chen, R. (2000). Reactions to morphological deviance: A comparison of Japanese and American children and adolescents. Social Development, 9, 40-61.

Crystal, D.S., Watanabe, H., & Chen, R. (1999). Children’s reactions to physical disability: A cross-national and developmental study. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 23, 91-111.

Bough, K. J., Chen, R., & Eagles, D. (1999). Path analysis shows that increasing Ketogenic ratio, but not B-Hydroxybutyrate, elevates seizure threshold in the rats. Developmental Neurosciences, 21, 40-406.

Chen, R., & Vellutino, F. R. (1997). Prediction of reading ability: A cross-validation study of the simple view of reading. Journal of Literacy Research, 29, 1-24.

Overstreet, S., Goins, J., Chen, R., Holmes, C. S., Greer, T., Dunlap, W. P., & Frentz, J. (1995). Family environment and the interrelation of family structure, child behavior, and metabolic control for diabetic children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 20, 435-441.

Dunlap, W. P., Chen, R., & Greer, T. (1994). Skew reduces test-retest reliability. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 310-313.

Chen, R., & Dunlap, W. P.(1994). A Monte Carlo Study on the performance of a corrected formula for epsilon suggested by Lacoutre. Journal of Educational Statistics 19, 119-126.

Holmes, C. S., Dunlap, W. P.,Chen, R. & Cornwell, J. M. (1993). Post-pubertal disease status in diabetes and factor structure anomaly on the WISC--R. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 15, 843-848.

Holmes, C. S., Dunlap, W. P., Chen, R. & Cornwell, J. M. (1992). Gender differences in the learning status of diabetic children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60, 698-704.